Timmins Engineering house the largest plasma cutting machines in Lincolnshire with a 6m x 3m bed, which cuts steel of up to 50mm thick, for a plasma profiling service.
Timmins have wide experience in providing a full plasma profiling service, including both plasma cutting and plasma profiling. Plasma cutting is ideal for profiling mild steel, aluminium and stainless steel, and is a cost-effective alternative to laser and flame cutting. Timmins also facilitate part number etching detail as part of the extensive plasma profiling service.
Timmins have an in-house computer numerical control (CNC) plasma cutter which is the perfect choice for large sheets of structural steel that require high accuracy, smooth edges. It also allows multi-axis plasma cutting of thick steel, meaning that complex welding seams can be produced.
A fully automated plasma profiling and plasma cutting service
This fully automated plasma profiling service cuts down on both steel fabrication time and cost, therefore reducing the length of the project – ideal for those who have time and budget constraints. Working with the in-house design team, Timmins can offer a complete turnkey solution to your plasma profiling and cutting needs.
What is Plasma Cutting?
Plasma cutting or plasma profiling is the process which combines electricity and an accelerated jet of hot plasma to cut through materials which as steel, aluminum, brass and copper. Plasma cutting or plasma profiling came out of plasma welding back in the 1960’s and started to grow to popularity to cutting sheet metal in the 1980s. The use of Timmins plasma cutter is the precision in the cut. We can create flexible and bespoke shapes and designs due to years of experience and becoming experts in the plasma cutting field.